Minutes and Discourses, , Hancock Co., IL, 6–8 Apr. 1843; in JS, Journal, 1842–1844, book 2, pp. –; handwriting of ; JS Collection, CHL.
sale. <said he the> sale takes place to-morrow.— I have money in . . .— next morning he called. I did not like the looks of him. <but thought I> he is a stranger. I have been a stranger, &. better loose 200 than be guilty of sin of ingratitude. took his note. on demand. <the> day I was taken I asked him from [for?] the money.— you ought to have it <said he but> I have not got my mony from .— I have a curious plan in my mind. I will give you a deed of the land you bought of & <your notes to> snotes which I have as his agent” I, said Joseph, have not asked you for your property. & would not give a snap. <for it.>— but I will accept your offer. but want my money— <Said he I will give you deed.> ½ my land in the) [p. ]